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Requirements and Limitations of MSHA Citations and Orders​
Presented by Nicholas W. Scala

While most operators know how to respond to an inspector issuing 104(A) citations, what happens when the inspector issues a 104(B) or 107(A) or 104(D)? Each citation and order issued by MSHA either requires or prohibits some action from an operator, whether the production operator or independent contractor. Sometimes, a single order mandates action or inaction by both parties.

This webinar will review MSHA’s available citations and orders, with an emphasis on the appropriate reaction by operators to prevent further enforcement and safeguard contest rights.

During this webinar, participants will learn about:

• Available citations and orders that can be issued by MSHA inspectors;
• How to identify what action should be taken, or what action is prohibited, depending on the citation/order issued; and
• How to preserve an operator’s contest rights while complying with MSHA issuances.

Dec 12, 2019 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Nicholas W. Scala
Chair, MSHA • Workplace Safety Practice Group @Conn Maciel Carey LLP
Nick Scala is a Chair of the national MSHA • Workplace Safety Practice at Conn Maciel Carey. He focuses his practice on issues involving mining safety and health law, representing mining companies, on both the surface and underground, independent contractors and cement manufacturers. Mr. Scala represents and advises clients in all phases of involvement with the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), particularly guiding companies through MSHA investigations and challenging enforcement and jurisdiction by the agency. Prior to representing the mining industry, he worked as a miner and he is a Certified Mine Safety Professional through the International Society of Mine Safety Professionals.